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PostSubject: buying a blobeye   buying a blobeye EmptySat 11 Aug - 18:29

hi everyone..i need a bit of help,im contemplating buying a 2.0l turbo wrx blobeye but it has 100k mileage and they want 3.4k for it,,do any of u chaps n chapesses think its worth it as it would be my 1st ever scoob ?????
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PostSubject: Re: buying a blobeye   buying a blobeye EmptySat 11 Aug - 18:57

Why not save a little more and buy a nice low millage one Very Happy

There's one in the for sale on here Suspect
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PostSubject: Re: buying a blobeye   buying a blobeye EmptySat 11 Aug - 19:04

Would massively depend on service history, how it's been maintained and general overall condition. Has the cam belt been changed?

It's 100% buyers market at the minute so the slightest doubt or concern I'd walk away. Plenty of known good ones out there - including Pikey wrx/uk/ppp's one in the for sale section.
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PostSubject: Re: buying a blobeye   buying a blobeye EmptySat 11 Aug - 19:44

I would put a bit more money into buying a top notch sti bugeye. There are some real nice bugs for around the 4 grand mark
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PostSubject: Re: buying a blobeye   buying a blobeye EmptySat 11 Aug - 21:21

Judge the other cars you look at by benchmarking against a known good example.

https://nesf.forumotion.co.uk/t10617-my-05-blob-gotta-go-soon-low-low-millage-some-pics-added-price-dropped
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